The end of the stamp duty holiday and a lack of stock in Sheffield has led to rising house prices as buyers compete in a booming market. It makes value for money and location a priority.
The online estate agent says three bedroom homes and the S6 postcode – which covers Walkley, Stannington, Hillsborough and Wadsley – are topping searches along with houses under £250,000 and the Rotherham area.
An example of a three bedroom home is in Stainmore Avenue, Sothall, Sheffield, and for sale at £240,000 it matches two popular searches. Read on for more examples.
The four bedroom home is described as stunning accommodation and is for sale at £600,000. For more details visit https://www.purplebricks.co.uk/property-for-sale/4-bedroom-mews-house-sheffield-1170096
This five bedroom detached house is on Red Kite Avenue, Manvers, and is for sale at £350,000. Richard Standell, local property partner for Purplebricks said: "This is an outstanding example of a modern family home. It's in a most popular location, ideally placed for major transport links including the M1 motorway."
He added: "It's close to very good amenities, including the Cortonwood Retail park and is part of a new community that has grown recently and is very well thought of. There's also some very good employment opportunities in the area." For details visit https://www.purplebricks.co.uk/property-for-sale/5-bedroom-detached-house-rotherham-1084066
This three bedroom semi-detached house in Broomfield Grove, Rotherham, ticks the search boxes and is for sale at £250,000.